Adult reading classes. These classes are some of the most common out there. Lifelong learning centers, community centers, libraries and community colleges will offer classes to help people read. The first step to taking an adult reading class is accepting that a person has trouble reading. Some feel very worried about being classified as “illiterate”. Once the stigma about being in an adult reading class has passed by, then it’s a chance to learn. Adult students are some of the most eager in reading classes. This means that they may work well in larger class settings. Most are self motivated and legitimately want to get better. A good teacher in an adult reading class will be sure to let their students feel a sense of improvement to help drive them forward.